Here are the following descriptions of Snorkeling Sites (Dive Spots) at Mabini, Batangas:
Twin Rocks –Twin rocks originated from the two big rocks located at the site. The said rocks exhibit good coral cover that can be seen during snorkeling activity. Damselfishes, wrasses, butterflyfishes, anemones with clownfish, triggerfishes, surgeonfishes, rabbitfishes and fairy basslets are the fishes that can be seen at the site.
Arthur’s Rock Sanctuary – This site has an area with a stable and healthy coral cover. Fishes that can be found are the Moorish idols, damselfishes/anemofish, butterflyfish, parrotfish, surgeonfish, jacks, triggerfish, angelfish, snappers, emperorfish, and wrasses.
Eagle Point - Damselfish, wrasses, butterflyfish, parrotfish, anemones with clownfish, triggerfish, surgeonfish, rabbitfish, and fairy basslets are the fishes at Eagle Point. It has a good coral cover. And there are times that you can see marine turtles at the site.
Cathedral Rock – This site is called Cathedral Rock because of its distinct attraction, a cross, which is stationed in between two rocks and mounted there by former President Fidel Ramos on 1983. The site is characterized for having soft corals, sponges, and high coral cover that appears especially at the shallow reef. Nudibranchs can also be observed in between the site’s coral cover. Butterflyfishes, surgeonfish, wrasses, damselfishes, angelfish, anemones with clownfish, fairy basslets, parrotfish and triggerfish are the fishes that can be found at the Cathedral Rock.
Here are the following descriptions of Snorkeling Sites (Dive Spots) at Tingloy, Batangas:
Sombrero Batok Island – The island, as its name, Sombrero, implies looks like a high-crowned hat with a wide brim. It is recognized as an outstanding area for snorkeling enthusiasts. Moorish idol, fairy basslets, damselfishes, angelfish, triggerfish, wrasses, surgeonfish and fusiliers are the fishes at site.
Layag-layag – Layag-Layag Reef encompasses the northern tip of Caban Island and Kirby Rock on the east, has medium to fierce current and is a popular destination for scuba divers and snorkelers (White et al.2001). Damselfish, angelfish, wrasses, fairy basslets, triggerfish, parrotfish and surgeonfish are the fishes in the area.
photo credit: Sea's Spring Resort Hotel